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“Capitalism has no more natural enemies”: the Berlin School


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Clarke, D., 2012. “Capitalism has no more natural enemies”: the Berlin School. In: Ginsburg, T. and Mensch, A., eds. A Companion to German Cinema. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 134-154. (The Wiley-Blackwell Companions to National Cinemas)

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Abstract

Distinction between " conceived" and "lived" space; Exclusivity of commercial, "art" cinema in national film culture; Films of the new german cinema, generation of 1968; Films, "coolly observed" and "sober," a concern for reality; Insecurity of life, roll back of german welfare system in films; Köhler's feature bungalow, the quintessential berlin school film; Representations of german society, response to social conditions; The berlin school, "Capitalism has no more natural enemies"; The berlin school, and the german film industry; Unchallenged dominance of capitalist order, in contemporary germany

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Item Type Book Sections
CreatorsClarke, D.
EditorsGinsburg, T.and Mensch, A.
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Politics Languages and International Studies
StatusPublished
ID Code26019

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